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29 September 1995 (USA) See more »
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A documentary presenting mankind's most ambitious effort at perfecting the means to its own annihilation... See more » | Add synopsis »
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1 win & 1 nomination See more »
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FORGET THREADS!! See more (37 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

William Shatner ... Himself - Narrator

Edward Teller ... Himself - Nuclear Physicist (also archive footage) (as Dr. Edward Teller)
W.H.P. Blandy ... Himself - Commander Joint Task Force One (archive footage) (as Vice Admiral W.H.P. Blandy)
Frank H. Shelton ... Himself - Nuclear Weaponeer (as Dr. Frank H. Shelton)

Dwight D. Eisenhower ... Himself - U.S. President (archive footage)
Adlai Stevenson ... Himself - U.S Ambassador (1961-1965) to the United Nations (archive footage)
Randall William Cook ... Newsreel Narrator (archive sound)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nikolai Bulganin ... Himself (archive footage)

Winston Churchill ... Himself (archive footage)
Everett Dirksen ... Himself (archive footage)

Albert Einstein ... Himself (archive footage)
Enrico Fermi ... Himself (archive footage)

Reed Hadley ... Himself (archive footage)
Averell Harriman ... Himself (archive footage)

Adolf Hitler ... Himself (archive footage)
Hubert H. Humphrey ... Himself (archive footage)

John F. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage)
Nikita Khrushchev ... Himself (archive footage)
Zedong Mao ... Himself (archive footage)
Anastas Mikoyan ... Himself (archive footage)

Marilyn Monroe ... Herself (archive footage)
J. Robert Oppenheimer ... Himself (archive footage)

Franklin D. Roosevelt ... Himself (archive footage)
Dean Rusk ... Himself (archive footage)
Woodrow P. Swancutt ... Himself (archive footage)
Leó Szilárd ... Himself (archive footage) (as Leo Szilard)
Mark Tapscott ... Announcer (archive footage)
Paul Tibbets ... Himself (archive footage)

Wernher von Braun ... Himself (archive footage)
Roy Neal ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Peter Kuran 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Scott Narrie 
Don Pugsley 

Produced by
Lyle Conway .... associate producer
Peter Kuran .... producer
Alan Munro .... producer
Marilyn Nave .... associate producer
Jacqueline Zietlow .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
William T. Stromberg 
 
Cinematography by
Barbu Marian 
 
Film Editing by
Peter Kuran 
 
Makeup Department
Wendy Jill York .... hair stylist
Wendy Jill York .... make-up
 
Production Management
Clay Woods .... production manager: Technicolor Creative Services
 
Sound Department
Robert E. Borge .... stereo consultant
Bob Goold .... project sound editor
Jo Martin .... production sound
Michael Miller .... voice recordist
Mark A. Rozett .... re-recording mixer (as Mark Rozett)
Daniel W. Victor Jr. .... stereo consultant
Dave Yamamoto .... re-recording mixer
 
Visual Effects by
Michael Aguilar .... digital animation
Erik Anderson .... digital artist
Katsuyoshi Arita .... photography assistant
Robert Capps .... digital artist (as Bob Capps)
William S. Conner .... visual effects photography
Joseph Conti .... digital animation (as Joe Conti)
David Emerson .... optical supervisor (as Dave Emerson)
Brian Griffin .... digital supervisor
Todd Hall .... optical printer photography
Littleton Brothers .... digital animation
Lisa Mann .... additional printer
Jo Martin .... editorial supervisor
Dan Meadors .... digital artist
Pam Vick .... digital animation
Steve Weinman .... digital artist
Enid Tihanyi Zentelis .... digital artist (as Enid Zentelis)
Gary Zietlow .... additional photography
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Cynthia Pusheck .... first assistant camera
Amanda Thompson .... first assistant camera
 
Editorial Department
Gary Barron .... colorist: Technicolor Creative Services
 
Music Department
Ellen Levine .... music recordist
Ellen Levine .... orchestra manager
Lennie Moore .... composer: additional music
Lennie Moore .... orchestrator
John W. Morgan .... composer: additional music
John W. Morgan .... orchestrator
Edward Shahnazarain .... music recordist
Edward Shahnazarain .... orchestra manager
Edgardo Simone .... orchestrator
William T. Stromberg .... conductor
William T. Stromberg .... orchestrator
Christine H. Luethje .... music editor (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Chris Borges-Silva .... dvd & bluray producer [gb]: BluRay Author/Compressionist
Avelino Deleon .... production assistant (as Avelino DeLeon)
David Fox .... legal consultant
Dan Harary .... publicist
Diane Holland .... primary archival film source: FCDNA-DASIAC
Roger Meade .... primary archival film source: Los Alamos National Laboratory
Kimberly Terhorst .... production assistant
Steve Wofford .... primary archival film source: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
 
Thanks
Nick Anning .... special thanks
Lisa Baratta .... special thanks
Sondra Beirre .... special thanks
Debbie Bingham .... special thanks
Larry Bynak .... special thanks (as Major Larry Bynak)
Anna Chi .... special thanks
Patricia W. French .... special thanks
Dave Harris .... special thanks
Joni Hezlep .... special thanks
Donald Hornig .... special thanks
Brian Jochum .... special thanks
George Lockwood .... special thanks
Igor Morozov .... special thanks
Lewis Motisher .... special thanks
Kay Peterson .... special thanks
Frank H. Shelton .... special thanks (as Dr. Frank H. Shelton)
Fred Toye .... special thanks (as Fred E.O. Toye)
 

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92 min
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Trivia:
The soundtrack for this documentary was performed by the Moscow Symphony, and recorded in Moscow. Oddly, this allowed people to view the previously classified material that the former USSR, now Russia, wanted and tried hard to procure it.See more »
Movie Connections:
Edited into Thirteen Days (2000)See more »
Soundtrack:
Where the Boys AreSee more »

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9 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
FORGET THREADS!!, 16 August 2004
Author: johnmcrep from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

This is the scientific version of "Threads" and has much more drama. William Shatner's low and 'Star Trek' warm monotone narration combined with earth shattering images provide this movie with entertainment that you just want to watch over and over again. The 3D section is excellent, especially if your watching it in Dolby pro-logic and on DVD. The most interesting moment for me personally is where the news reporters are at the test site and you can see every emotion in their faces just before the bomb goes off. The device detonates and we are shown the images of a house imploding and cars and buses being hurtled into the air and disintegrating upon impact with the heat blast. Pure quality. Put it this way, choice between "Threads" and "Trinity"? Trinity will always come first because what's portrayed is fact, not fiction.

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